Bokehchicago, the unanswered question is how much you want to enlarge and what size you want to print. Let's say you crop really drastically, 50% from each side, reducing your 22 Mp image to only around 5.5 Mp. For an 8x10 you need only 7.2 Mp, not much of an enlargement. But for a 12x18 you need 19.5 Mp, almost back up to your original - IOW, a 2X linear enlargement which PS and LR can do fine. For a 16x24 you need 34.5 Mp, a 5.5 enlargement from your crop and enough to justify the cost of Perfect Resize if you will use it a lot, can write it off as a business expense or pass it on to the client.